Why Choose Amish Country, PA

Discover a Simpler Way of Living

Life is simpler in Amish Country. Come explore Lancaster County, PA, to hear the clip-clopping of Amish buggies, pass Amish kids riding their scooters, and discover the delicious smells of Pennsylvania Dutch cooking.  

  • A slower pace of life
  • Delicious home cooked Pennsylvania Dutch food
  • Quaint shops and restaurants
  • Beautiful farmland views
Horses On An Amish Farm In Amish Country

Things To Do in Amish Country

Something for Everyone

Come to Amish Country for a weekend getaway to relax and get away from it all. There’s also plenty of fun activities to choose from: go on an Amish buggy ride, tour an Amish farm, or visit a mud sale with Amish-made furniture, quilts, and food on offer.

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An Amish Farm Field Near Intercourse, Pa

Stay in the Heart of Amish Country, PA

Twin Pine Manor B&B

Experience comfort, hospitality, and adventure at Twin Pine Manor B&B. Make Twin Pine Manor your home base in the heart of Lancaster County. Twin Pine Manor’s amenities include nine suites with queen or king-sized beds, fireplaces, and Jacuzzis in every room. You’ll receive a three-course plated breakfast each morning and can help yourself to snacks and beverages throughout your stay. Take advantage of one of our special offers to ensure a memorable trip to Amish Country, PA.

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A Lush Green Farm Field In Amish Country

Reviews

“My wife and I absolutely loved our 2 night stay at this B&B. It was extremely clean..and the staff were beyond accommodating and super nice! We stayed in the Alpine suite which was amazing! The breakfast prepared and served by Brenda was 11 out of 10 Absolutely Delicious 😋 we can’t say enough about Brenda who is the manager who also prepared breakfast! She is top notch!!! We will be back many more times. If you’re looking for an outstanding experience at a very clean and beautiful B&B look no further. You will enjoy it!!!”
Thomas B., google.com
What a great place! We planned a trip to the Amish country and wanted a nice B&B to spend the night before heading up to the Poconos. Twin Pine Manor popped up on our search and we are so glad it did! This place is amazing! From the moment you drive up and see the meticulously manicured landscaping (which is truly beautiful) to the beautifully decorated rooms and common space you know you are someplace very special! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The staff will be family by the time you checkout. Sitting on the rooftop deck eating local bread, meat, cheese and wine is a very special memory! Breakfast was delicious – make sure to check out the baked oatmeal!!
Dan N., google.com

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any special getaway packages or offers available for guests at Twin Pine Manor?

Yes, Twin Pine Manor offers special packages to enhance your getaway experience. These may include romantic packages, seasonal discounts, and more. You can explore our current offers on the “Special Offers” page of our website.

What amenities are provided at Twin Pine Manor B&B?

At Twin Pine Manor B&B, guests enjoy a range of inviting amenities. Every space is designed for comfort, from the elegant dining room with garden views to the cozy kitchen area, complete with a self-serve Keurig machine. Unwind in the great room or enjoy the recreation room’s entertainment options. Relax outdoors in our gazebo and garden areas, or experience stunning Amish Country views from our roof-top deck.

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Are there special events or festivals to attend during our Amish Country getaway?

Look out for events like Lancaster County mud sales, offering unique experiences such as Amish auctions and sales of handmade quilts and furniture during your Amish Country Getaway.

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Which state has the largest Amish population?

The largest Amish settlement is located in Lancaster Country, Pennsylvania, and its neighboring counties. With such a large population settled in one place, the area has become known as Amish Country. It’s the largest and oldest settlement in the country, dating back to the 1720s. Today, it remains a prominent center for Amish culture and traditions, making it a notable destination for those interested in experiencing the Amish way of life.

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